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an explosion insecures dozens of people and police are investigating a second suspicious device they found not far from the blast. also ahead latest on the shooting rampage in west
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philadelphia that left an necessary won't man dead and five others wounded including two police officers but we're learning about the suspect. just one night later another close call for philadelphia police, new this morning how two other officers came under fire overnight. today is sunday september 18th good morning, thanks for being with us, i'm rahel solomon. let's send it over to just continue drabick. last time we had measurable rainfall was september 1st. >> yes, been a while. >> yes, throwing out that r word. we need it. it will dry out. cutting my grass other day and it was all dust. like pig pen just covered with stuff, yeah. pollen is running high. >> take a picture. >> i should of. would you like. that make fun of me more. why would i give you more ammunition. i figured it out. i'm smart now. maybe later today. outdoor plans it is good today. mainly tonight and certainly tomorrow morning we will talk about that better chance for steady rain. there could be pockets of heavier rain. some of it, could becoming
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from what is left over of tropical depression julia off south east coast. temperatures were warm, much different from yesterday morning in the lower 70's from the lehigh valley down into interior south jersey. shore 75 degrees in wildwood, humidity levels running on the high side. we have pockets of some fog developing, visibility still looking good, wilmington down to 3 miles. that is not terrible. eight in trenton. parts of the interior south injuries you you might run into fog. we are seeing sunshine along coastline of new jersey and delaware. more cloud further north and west you go. you may get a a sprinkle or two lehigh valley and poconos but best chance would be later on today, nice, keyword here is scattered and that heavier rain arrives early tomorrow morning. that is no the good for morning ride and we could pick up half inch to an inch of rain, before the systems out of here, on monday. so that is good as well. but it is warm. eighty-six for the high temperature. eighty-two at the shore. shore should stay dry. mid 70's in the poconos.
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better chance for showers around today. if you like it warm you'll like the seven day forecast, heading in the fall but still no signs, but we will talk about that in a few minutes. >> quite the tease justin, thank you. just blocks from an explosion on a very busy street in new york city police have removed a suspicious device. last night's blast injured more than 2,000 people and jessica snider reports surveillance video is helping police solve the case. >> reporter: yes. >> huge explosion. i saw the back window of an suv pop out, all of the glass went in the the street and my wife and i just looked at each other and ran up sixth avenue. >> reporter: new york city on high alert after an explosion rips through manhattan. surveillance video obtained by ms nbc captures the chaos. >> it felt like a lightening bolt struck building and shook the ground and everyone ran out of the restaurant and the street. whole city was this is streets. we believe at this point in time this was an intentional act. >> reporter: explosion happened around 8:30 p.m. in
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the chelsea neighborhood and it was in or near a dumpster according to a law enforcement source, dozens of people were injured. we do have video and we do see explosion and we will use that to help us in our investigation. >> reporter: several hours later police cleared suspicious package just four blocks from the explosion side and they have warned residents to stay away from their windows. reporters had to move as well. officials say that a second device appears to be a pressure cooker with wires sticking out and what looks like a cell phone attached and a piece of paper with some writing. police confirmed that the device was removed by the bomb squad for investigation. >> because it was not detonated there might be fingerprints, might be proof of purchase, there might be other things that could lead investigation. >> that report was from jessica snider, new york city's fire commissioner says one of the injuries suffered a
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puncture wound that is considered serious. he said other injuries are minor described as scrapes and bruces. hours before that explosion in manhattan a pipe bomb exploded in the traffic can along the route of the marine cherry race in seaside park ocean county this morning the fbi has taken over that investigation. the explosion blew a hole in this plastic trash can, just as 5,000 runners in the tellper fi charity race were due to pass around 1:30 yesterday morning. thankfully a heavy turnout slowed registration and delayed the start. race benefits marines and sailors, no runners were on the course at the time of the blast, because of that delayed start and no one was hurt. so far no word on any suspects. we now know identity of the gunman in friday's deadly rampage in west philadelphia one woman was killed five others hurt including two police officers. police say 25 year-old nicholas glenn ambushed a police officer and then led police on a chase shooting several people along the way before being fatally shot by officers. "eyewitness news" report's neat a oh is live at penn
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presbyterian medical center where those injured are being treated. good morning, anita what is the latest on their condition. >> reporter: thankfully those five people injured are expected to recover, they are in good spirits and we're told that they are expect to be okay, and make full recoveries. as far as the gun man his family tells us that glenn was involved in crime and drugs here in west philadelphia, but they say that they are surprise by this violent rampage in which he fired more than 50 shots a cross four crime scenes on friday night. it happened 1:20 near 52nd and sansom street when he fired 18 shots into a patrol car in which sergeant sylvia young was sitting in. police say that he fired at close range and hit her multiple times. thankfully shore bullet-proof vest saved her life. a block away glenn also shot five times, into a bar, injuring two people, he continued on his shooting spree and further east he fired into a 2011 nissan
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altima hitting a passenger multiple times in the chest. one of them a 25 year-old would map who did not survive. violence ended when police shot and killed glenn in the alley waste between sansom and walnut streets a short time later, first to engage was eddie miller a university of pennsylvania police officers also recovering from gunshot wounds at this time. before starting with penn police two years ago we are told miller was a sergeant in the philadelphia police department. commissioner richard ross says glenn had a rent i criminal pass but this crime cannot be explained. >> again, we do not know why, we had no indication he had any ties to anyone, radicalized or anything like that but we know that he carried out one of the most violent acts we have seen in philadelphia. >> authorities say they found up to 15 live rounds on glenn's body. they also found a note titled doom where he noticed his
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hatred for police. those two officers shot are in stable condition and expected to make full recoveries. live at penn presbyterian medical center, anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". philadelphia police say for a second night in the row officers were shot at. this shooting happened in south philadelphia, police tell us two officers were on patrol on south street just about midnight when they saw two men smoking what appears to be hard juan a. officers approached and they went running. while chasing the men one of them shot at officers. >> it is a miracle that the police were able to arrest these two suspects without firing, discharging their weapons. >> police say both men in their 20's have been arrested and officers also recovered the gun. new this morning police are investigating a shooting that happened right outside a nightclub in the cities port richmond neighborhood. police tell thaws three people were robbed and shot outside of the castor club. it happened after 3:00 a.m. on
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the 3,000 block of castor avenue. investigators tell thaws one man was shot in the head and is in critical condition. two women were also shot and they are in stable condition. also new this morning one person is in the hospital after crashing their cars into a building in the cities juniata park section. it happened around 3:00 this morning at erie avenue and b street. the causes under investigation. the road to the white house is bringing hillary clinton back to philadelphia, tomorrow she will campaign at temple university, seeking support from millennial voters. last night democratic presidential nominee addressed the congressional black caucus. >> it is not about golf course promotions or birth certificates, it comes down to who will fight for the forgotten. who will invest in our children. who will really have your back in the white house. >> republican nominee meantime donald trump address remembrance project in houston. that is a group that advocates
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for tougher immigration law. >> politicians, ignore your cries for help but i never will. not one more american life should be given up in the name of opened borders. >> trump pledged to the families of americans killed by illegal immigrants he would shine a national spotlight on the issue. they are now just 50 days until america elects a new president, stay with "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage on air and on line at cbs president obama also addressed the congressional black caucus foundation gala and there he jokingly addressed the birther controversy. >> i'm so relieved that the whole birther thing is over. i mean isil, north korea, poverty, climate change, none of those things weighed on my
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mind like the validity of my birth certificate. in other breaking news the world is round, not flat. >> the president did get serious when he urged democrats to register voters. he said wow take it as a personal insult if the african-american community failed to turnout for this years presidential election. a tightening attack inside a shopping mall coming up next what police are saying about the man who stabbed eight people this weekend. and also ahead an amazing story, a plane slams in the the house but everyone survives. how everyone made it out of the house. and consume are lose millions every year to scammers. we will tell you who is falling for scam and how to avoid for the scam. but first here's justin. good morning everyone. final days of summer are approaching and it will feel like it. we will talk about the temperatures and needed rain on the way, we will time it out in eyewitness
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seniors lose everything. pat toomey's looking out for wall street, not pennsylvania. dscc is responsible for the content of this advertising. man was dressed in a private security uniform and made reference to allah. it happened in saint cloud, minnesota 07 miles northwest of minneapolis. incident ended when off-duty officer shot and killed a suspect. >> it is an awful day. honestly, for, you know, we've got eight victims that were assaulted here in our mall, and so, guess what, starting tomorrow things won't be the same here. >> all victims are said to have non-life threatening injuries. police say suspect asked one person during the course of the attack whether they were muslim. deadly charter bus crash in north carolina is now under
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investigation this morning. four people were killed and more than 40 others were hurt when a bus struck an overpass near rockingham. bus was carrying college football players from the academy in south carolina investigators think crash may have been caused by a blown front tire. how about this a plane slams in the home in gilbert, arizona and fire officials say everyone in the plane was a able to escape before the aircraft hit the house and both people inside the home, also escaped injury. >> the homeowners were inside the house, and they, they did not receive any injuries or anything at all, so, that is amazing in itself and for it to just hit one house, that is also pretty incredible. >> police say pilot was transported for burbs. justin joins us now talking about possible moisture. >> yeah, rain. that r word thrown it around. we have not had it, leading with the heightened tropical season usually we get
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something. >> i thought i haven't been complaining for a while. >> it will be good. >> we need it. we are almost 5 inches below average. we will not make that up but we will take it. maybe up to an inch in some spots. some is tropical storm julia off the south east coast. good timing there. this morning not much happening. we are waking up to some cloud, few areas of fog. few areas are seeing sun. it is gloom any bethlehem right now. live look from hotel bethlehem, overcast skies and you guys have a better chance to see scattered shower or storm earlier today late this morning in the late afternoon and then holds off, closer to philadelphia and points south and east but all and all not a bad finish to the last week even of the official summer season. the it will be warm, humid, september 1st, philadelphia, that was last time we had measurable rain. almost a half inch of it. then just try. nothing but sunshine, and temperatures remaining above average pretty much every day. that trend will continue for warm temperatures even in the start of the fall season. so really in signs of any true
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fall-like weather coming at us anytime soon. rain could come from a cold front. not a lot of it. the these are broken light scattered showers in the poconos right now. we will get a break western pennsylvania through peaks of sun. more rain to the south and west that will ride along that front but we will get to add moisture from what is left of tropical depression julia and that mainly comes in tomorrow adding the rain chance. dew points running high, yesterday 40's and 50's. very dry air mass. that is why it was comfortable. as soon as you step outside today you will he'll feel the difference. what we deal in the middle of the summer. poconos cloud, scattered showers a thunderstorm mid 70's, tomorrow, probably best chance of some showers will be early this is day, we should see sunshine in the afternoon. it turns nice. on tuesday still warm. in the poconos we are talking lower 80's, tuesday afternoon. so here's our set up two features one cold front moving east, and then remnant of the julia that come together over the next 24 hours. we will have some rain coming through and there could be
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pockets of the heavier rain. bad thing is it comes in during the morning commute tomorrow but i'll time it out. the here's this afternoon not a whole lot happening. you can put scattered showers in here lehigh valley, poconos early afternoon but even later on this evening mostly on the dry side, it is this is until overnight, early monday morning that best chance to see steady rain. pockets of heavier rain coming in at 7:00 a.m. monday. not good for morning ride. and then that rain starts to move off shore by the afternoon but is the a chance for shower or two left over early afternoon monday, before that front moves on in. so all said and done maybe half inch, possibly over an inch of rain depending where that heavier rain sets up to the south as we are closer to that moisture from the left overs of the julia. warm today, look at that, hid 80's for warm spots, cooler north and west where we have more cloud cover, ape it stays warm tonight, muggy 60's and 07's, little cooler because of the cloud and showers around. temperatures right around
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80 degrees. overall pattern stays at or above average for a high temperature. today it is warm and humid, late day scattered shower or thunderstorm 86 for the high. better chance for that rain arriving overnight tonight warm, muggy 72, extended forecast, certainly in the looking like mid-september. eighty's our coolest day is tomorrow because of some showers and then low to mid 80's rest of the week. fall arrives, rahel, thursday morning, not feeling like it. >> enjoy it while we can. >> 8:19. lets check back with ann evans this is cbs-3 traffic center. >> hello rahel. rock and roll marathon is in town. we wish we cold show you the parkway but it looks like a gray piece of paper. so we can't. what we are looking at here is vine street expressway at ben franklin parkway. off ramp is shut down for rock and roll half marathon with the ben franklin parkway between 16th street and art museum circle. kelly drive between art museum circle and falls bridge. martin luther king drive between ben franklin parkway and falls bridge.
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so we do have a few closures along the market street westbound 15th street and south 21st street and falls bridgette self between martin luther king drive and kelly drive. moving the traffic cam here to the mid county tolls, of the pennsylvania turnpike, no delays here at mid county tolls but we have a closure on the pennsylvania turnpike northeast extension, northbound, and it is shut down between quakertown and lehigh valley all due to an overturned tractor trailer. everything else looks good on the pennsylvania turnpike itself, but again, northeast extension northbound shut down between exit 44, quakertown and lehigh valley, exit 56, that is quite a stretch. we will move traffic cam one more time to the ben franklin bridge mid span, and no delays, on any of the area bridges and this is no exception. ben franklin bridge looks fine. that is latest from the traffic center i'm ann evans now rahel back to you. think you can spot a scam? according to some estimates one in five people lose money to a scam every year with conn artists stealing millions. but the people of likely to
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fall for a scam may not be who you think. three on your side's jim donovan explains. >> reporter: he throughout he won a million-dollar from publisher's clearinghouse. >> i thought this is great, thank you god, thank you god. >> reporter: when father mike ortiz called to collect his winnings a conn artist told him he had to pay $40,000 in taxes first. he did, soon found out letter was a fake and he was victim of a scam. >> hook, line and sinker i fell. >> reporter: new research from the better business bureau on who gets victimized may surprise you. >> younger people and more educated people to tend to be more likely to lose money to a scam. >> reporter: report looked at 30,000 scam cases, only 11 percent of seniors gave the conn artists money but three times as many, 18 to 24 years old fell for the scam and forked over cash. >> we're all at risk, and these stereotypes are so widely held that it is older people, or people that are wraps gullible, or less educated, those are really just stereotypes and in the an accurate reflection of the
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reality that we see. >> reporter: often younger people are over confident that they can spot a conn and don't keep up their guard. better business bureau calls it operate miss many bias. bbb also found that seniors are much more likely then millennial toss report a scam. reporting for three on your side, i'm jim donovan. >> interesting report there. is there still much more ahead on "eyewitness news". >> reporter: i'm pat gallen. i'm hanging out with the guys that make cool stuff, we are here at the foundry find out what it is that they
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idonald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president. "eyewitness news" reporter pat gallen has details. >> reporter: bensalem group of drexel university grad live and work by a great slogan we make cool stuff. what exactly is that cool stuff? founder marc kuhn explains it can be any idea and they do it
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all. >> signage, custom furniture, racks and shelves, giant doors, any kind of stuff. >> wood, metal, welding, cutting, finishing all we do right here. >> reporter: in their small shop the work of these men california engineers and designers has been featured in many local and national establishments. >> of course, we're working object some stuff for steven star. we did custom candlestick holders for a new restaurant in new york. we completed signs for grub hub for one events they are having in boss top and then burt's bee we made a big old, sign for them. it went up to i think they are having a event in new york. >> reporter: they finish a projector storm maine lobster company complete with signage, netting and buoys. cool stuff. check out this fan which displays any message you would like including how cool this guy is. and i could in the leave until
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i got my hand dirty because i'm all about making cool stuff. >> luke, i'm your father. >> ♪ >> so is what next for the foundry. they are looking to expand on their ideas and their workshop. >> what is coolest stuff. it is these whacky, big business, we love our shop this bensalem. we need to blow off that wall and make it times as big but that is the idea. >> pat gallen for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". justin really likes that fan. cool stuff. coming up next on "eyewitness news" we are following the latest on two officers shot in west philadelphia this weekend. live report and what we know about the suspects. we will have the latest on a explosion in new york city that i has left tossens of people hurt, and we will have
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this. it is an explosion along course of the marine charity race is being investigate by terrorism task force. i'm brooks silva-braga in seaside park, new jersey with the details, coming up. it is nast cheese burger take we will take to you one of my favorite spots and show you how to serve up burger patty perfection. much needed rain on the way. justin is timing out when those showers will arrive when we come right fourteen americans killed in a san bernardino mass shooting...
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feels more humid. that trend will continue in the afternoon. it is muggy outside. we will sweat it out this afternoon. even with the lack of sunshine it feels like middle of summer with the tropical air mass in place. there is low clouds and fog over us right now, we cannot see some tops to the buildings here but we could see few peaks of sunshine this morning in the afternoon. it is warm. temperatures in the lower 07's this hour with the lack of sun. seventy-one in allentown. mid 07's near the shore there and wildwood, and, depending where ever we are, and, delaware, dover down to a mile visibility. some pocket, locally dense fog and interior central new jersey. and around wilmington visibility running low, other than that, partly cloudy skies, this morning, maybe a stray shower or two this is poconos in the morning, better chance to see needed rain, hold off until later this afternoon into tonight and certainly early tomorrow morning. here's the break down. scattered showers, thunderstorms, possibly with
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this front later today. don't cancel your plans. heavy rain chance overnight into tomorrow morning, could pick up a inch of rain in some spots if we can get heavier moisture coming from the remnants of the tropical storm julia. that is a good thing. today not a bad finish. warm 86. lower 80's the shore. and up in the poconos better chance to see that shower in the 70's. seven day shows nothing but 80's in the forecast. feeling like summer as fall arrives. we will talk about that in a few minutes. rahel, back to you. new york city has found a pressure cooker, just blocks from the blast in the city's chelsea neighborhood. we know more than two dozen people are hurt, one seriously. explosion happened around 8:30 last night in or near a dumpster. the blast was so powerful that it shook buildings and sent people running for cover. >> i heard a boom. i thought it might be fire works. but it was so loud. it went through my whole body. >> i got injured. i was bleeding.
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>> reporter: where was he bleeding from. >> his head. >> reporter: the explosion, i should say police are still searching the area looking for evidence in this explosion. now both u.s. presidential candidates commented on the explosion, republican nominee donald trump said we need to get tough while democratic nominee said hillary clinton says it is important to get facts first. >> i think it is always wise tore wait until you have information before making any conclusions because we are just in the beginning stages of trying to determine. >> now, this explosion in manhattan happened on the same day as an explosion, and a trash can along route of the marine race in ocean county new jersey. they don't believe there is a connection. as brooks silva-braga reports the fbi is on the case. >> reporter: the explosion blew a hole in this plastic trash can just as runners in the tellper fi chair race were
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due to pass. >> i heard them yell and say, what was that. >> reporter: heavy turnout for race benefiting marines and sailors slowed registration, and delayed the start. no runners were on the course, and no one was hurt. >> that was, actually a very good thing because had it not been delayed, we would have been running, by, you know, where the explosive device was. >> reporter: law enforcement official say three small pipes were tethered together, all having explosives, but only one went off. new jersey congressman tom mcarthur was briefed on the investigation. >> it was clearly intended to go off at a certain hour, and so there was definitely intent to hurt people. >> we know that because it was on a timer. >> i don't want to get in the details but only because i don't want to get ahead of the fbi and compromise what they are doing. >> reporter: residents were escorted back to their homes just after 6:00. brooks silva-braga for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". back at home we know identity of the gunman who
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went on the shooting rampage friday night in west philadelphia, killing one woman and then injuring five others including two police officers. police say 25 year-old nicholas glenn, ambushed a police office are and then led police on a chase shooting several people along the way before being fatally shot by officers. "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh is back lifer at penn presbyterian medical center where those injuries are being treated, good morning, what is the latest. >> reporter: that violent rampage left two people dud including the gun man. meantime five people who were injured are recovering here at penn presbyterian but we're told luckily they are expect to be okay. >> stay behind,. >> reporter: these are frightening moments in which philadelphia police cornered nicholas glenn, the 25 year-old man with the lengthy criminal past, police say glenn is responsible for a shooting rampage in west philadelphia on friday night. >> he was hell benton hurt ago lot of people. >> reporter: philadelphia
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commissioner richard ross says glenn fired at least 51 times from a 9-millimeter rugger spanning four crime scenes. rampage killed a 25 year-old woman and injured five others, and shooting two police officers. >> he carried out one of the most violent acts that we have seen in philadelphia in a long time. >> reporter: gunman's cousin who did not want to be shown on camera tells "eyewitness news" that glenn was a known drug dealer in west philadelphia but this level of violence is surprising. >> unaudible. >> reporter: glenn started his rampage firing 18 times into a patrol car at 52nd and sansom street around 11:20 friday night. several rounds struck sergeant sylvia young, a 19 year veteran of the force but bullet-proof vest ended up saving her life. glenn continue on his shooting spree and further are east glenn fired rounds into a 2011 nissan altima shooting the passenger multiple times in the chest. woman inside later died at
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penn presbyterian medical center while the 36 year-old man is in critical condition. >> this guy is firing at everybody, on the the street, that he sees. >> reporter: violence ended in an alley way between sansom and walnut street when university of pennsylvania police officer eddie miller and two other officers shot and killed glenn. now authorities say that they found up to 15 live round on glenn's body, they also found a letter tightled, you doomed people in which glenn highlighted his hatred of police. thankfully those two police officers who were shot are in stable condition and are expect to recover. live at penn presbyterian medical center, anita oh for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". we want to dig deeper in the past of the gunman nicholas glenn. the as "eyewitness news" reporter joe holden tells us investigators say he was no stranger to the police. >> stay behind, cover. >> reporter: nicholas glenn a known west philadelphia drug deal's cord to go to his
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family disliked law enforcement. this was audio from police radio revealing moment just before midnight when it is alleged glenn was hunting down officers and others with his 9-. >> he was quiet, cool, you know, didn't bother nobody. >> reporter: for the family of nicholas glenn the first sign something was wrong when a reporter showed up at their door in the 2200 block of west venango, glenn's cousin d id i ask that we not show her face. did he have hate for police. >> no, no. >> reporter: he was involved in what. >> in the streets, you know. >> reporter: heroin. >> i don't know what he sold, but i know he was in the street. >> reporter: obviously he was hell benton hurt ago lot of people. commissioner richard ross told reporters that glenn had issues with police and his probation officer. the details ross say were contained in a rambling note found at the crime scene. >> the envelope was actually titled doomed and he was referring to i guess anybody in his path.
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>> reporter: police say glenn had a lengthy criminal history. court record show he was accused in 2009 of a vicious gang rape, charges were later dropped according to a court documents. >> take cover. >> reporter: police officials say it is a miracle officers weren't killed, and an attack on police and people that nicholas glenn's family does not believe he could be responsible for. >> i don't believe this could be him. >> reporter: nicholas glenn's family could in the point to anything specific that set him off. they did tell me they tried to have him committed for a mental healthy valuation but police apparently told them, for that to have happened, he would have had to hurt himself or somebody else. in west philadelphia, joe holden for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". there is still much more to come on "eyewitness news" this morning. coming up next we will check with face the nation's john dickerson for a look at today's broadcast. we will also have this. >> i think it is both a blessing. i really do. >> a break through at a
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philadelphia hospital, our stephanie stahl speaks with a recent transplant recipient the reason her procedure was so risky and life saving effect is it can have on future
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no wonder leading pennsylvania police organizations endorse pat toomey as best to protect our families. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. and, they found a way, typically not considered for transplant. health reporter stephanie stahl, explains the new developments. >> it is wonderful. i change them every day now. >> reporter: she's finally able to wear different rings now that the swelling from chronic kidney disease has gone down following a transplant in june. >> it is just gave me a piece of my life back. >> reporter: six five-year old's life had been stolen by dialysis, even less hours hooked up to machines and always feeling sick. the odds of getting a transplant were low because there aren't enough organs but then came the phone call.
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>> at first i thought it was prank. >> reporter: doctor david goldberg was offering to give her a donated kidney infected with hepatitis c and then taking a chance to see if after transplant, the drug could control the virus. >> so if i could get a perfectly good kidney and get treated for it, why not, it is great, best decision i have made so far. >> reporter: owe far it has worked, she does not have the virus. >> we don't he know what the course will be. >> reporter: there peter reese say more kidney patients are being transplanted with infected organs. >> this were willing to accept the risk to be relieved of the burdens of dialysis. >> they are promising. >> reporter: doctors say the ability to transplant once unusable kidneys will ease a critical organ shortage. >> when can increase number of transplant five or 10 percent that is a huge dent. >> reporter: with hepatitis c no longer being a roadblock for transplants penn doctors think this could be expand todd other organs with
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possibility of saving even more lives. i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". still to come this morning, a muggy morning to start the day, justin is back with when rain showers will arrive. and sink your teeth into this one it is national cheese burger day. we will tell but i great place to celebrate this tasty we will tell but i great place to celebrate this tasty holiday when we come right since 1961, pearle vision has provided the neighborhood we will tell but i great place to celebrate this tasty holidawith expert eye care. that was dr. stanley pearle's vision and we still proudly carry on his legacy. today, doctors like lisa hamilton perform eye exams that can help detect diabetes. because we care for you... and your eyes. this is genuine eye care, in your neighborhood. this is pearle vision.
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bruce springsteen was born to run. he been on the road for most of the year but cbs sunday morning anthony mason managed to catch up with him at his home in new jersey. the here's a review of the interview coming up later on cbs this sunday morning. >> in the final days of his interest that the tour that ended this past week. >> that is right. >> bruce springsteen played 14 hour gig after another.
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>> how do you keep doing that. >> i'm conditioned to do it, from many, many years, and screens, don't try it at home, kids. >> ♪ >> it is one arena where the singer who turns 67 years old this week, can control the clock. >> you're looking for a particular moment and when you catch that it feels so good sometimes, and then time disappears. >> ♪ >> ♪ dancing in the dark >> you do get physically tired, but it is amazing how you can do it every night when called to. >> we met on the singer's new jersey farm recently at recording studio that he built there. >> where do you think your drive comes from. >> every artist has someone who told them that they
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weren't worth dirt, someone who told them that they were the second coming of the baby jesus and they believed them both. that is the fuel, that there is a fire. >> bruce springsteen plus paul and ringo together again and then, can love make a difference in your life. that is at 9:00 a.m. speaking of rock and roll. >> ♪ >> rock and roll half marathon is happening right now. race kick off about an hour ago at eakins oval where it will also end. music along 13.1-mile route and also followed by a concert, proceed for the event go to the american association for cancer research. justin, didn't you once tell me were you training to run a half marathon, what happened to that. >> not enclose. >> not, not. >> you will not find me on that. you might have run a 10k, keep talking about that showing to show me up. >> i'm impressed. >> that is pretty good.
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>> not bad. >> not bad for running. humid out there. we will sweat it out but not terribly hot just yet the but if we get some sunshine temperatures will rapidly warm up. everybody is stuck in the same conditions here, low 70's, few upper 60's in the cool spots. people are saying their lawn is very dry. well, hopefully that changes because we are talking about some rain. but look at these temperatures, no difference. chesterfield ed 71 degrees. seventy-two at carrie's house in mount laurel, new jersey. levittown eagleville low 70's. one cooler spot. go further are north and west michael riley has chilly 69 degrees up in sanatoga and williamstown also cherry hill at 07 as well is fran, nottingham chester county. couple pictures this morning here's sunrise earlier in philadelphia we did have some clear skies, and brought in some fog but rising humidity but this is out of philadelphia from phil chapline. sunshine mixed with mid level cloud. the nice shot there. down in williamstown peter
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plant. i, signs of color on the trees. and, we have fall-like conditions here, on the trees, and, warm, humid, for the next several days. and looking down rehoboth beach, right now i'm jealous. great beach day, we have got some waves, sunshine, temperatures still warm. on our waste up in the lower 80's. along the coast. and, we have good beach days for next week, and lower temperatures, remaining at or above average. great time of the year. not too hot. crowd are gone. here's the rain, why we're getting rain. not a lot right now. scattered light showers, poconos, that will move out, we will get a break from the west and more rain to the south along the front. then we will add moisture or try to from the remnants of the tropical storm julia which is just sitting off the coast, and, low pressure system. that will enhance our rain, especially tomorrow morning. humid. dew points running high. near 70 degrees at this hour.
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sixty-five, and threshold for when it feels good. now it is owe rest i have. stays like that throughout the day-to-day even into tomorrow. new jersey shore looks good 82 . ocean water is warm. rahel keeps talking about national cheese burger day so we have to break out the grilling forecast. of course she's the grill master for this afternoon, heads up, could be a late day scattered shower or thunderstorm. 86 degrees. but they should hold off, funny thing, rahel said she only knows how to cook scrambled eggs. i don't think she will be cooking any burgers. i know. i get you back. here's what is left of julia. we have the front coming together. look at the flow right off the ocean. that is a moist humid flow to add moisture. there could be heavy rain tomorrow morning. check it out. not much happening this morning or this afternoon or early tonight. it is overnight monday morning pockets of heavy rain just in time for that morning ride. that will slow things down a little bit. even monday afternoon, still the chance for a, couple of showers, or thunderstorms. here's the overall pattern. we will look at the jet
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stream. still well to the north. it is september now. we usually start seeing the jet moving further south, but it has not happened yet. we are on the warm side of the jet stream, so temperatures at or above average through the even of the week. thursday starts off the fall season officially not feeling like. that like it, and then warmth continues into the upcoming weekend. so fall officially arrives, here from the autumnal equinox at thursday, 10:21 in the morning. we have temperatures low to mid 80's. today warm and humid. showers and storms late in the day, and then for tonight, 72 degrees. the here's that extended forecast, i'm afraid to walk back to the desk here because rahel will make fun of me somehow, get me back, to are that grilling forecast, but look at that once we get rain out of here monday, sunshine, and low to mid 80's so summer weather fans still liking this forecast. it will stay like that at least through the even of the month into october. >> can you grill. >> i can grill, i don't have a grill, i got rid of it. >> you can grill. >> i have to get a new one.
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>> sure. >> but time is 8:51. lets check roads with ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center. still following closures. >> it is foggy outside. i can show you ben franklin parkway itself but this is vine street expressway at ben franklin parkway. and benjamin franklin is shut down for rock and role half marathon along withers pos of kelly drive and martin luther king drive. that is latest from the cbs-3 traffic center, now rahel, back to you. thank you. cheese burger lovers did you know there is an actual day, that it is here, today is national the cheese burger day which got us here thinking about our favorite cheese burgers. so, not far from the station to rittenhouse square. >> twentieth street near sansom in center city philadelphia, well, let the me just tell you now, you are welcome. >> it is very busy happening spot the in rittenhouse. >> reporter: think prohibition style ambience with amazing
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burgers. and toppings, you may not expect. >> whiskey king is one signatureberger with blue cheese, onions that we also have a topping, whatever you like. >> reporter: restaurant is owned by jose gar cyst and yes, as the name suggest it is also known for its good whiskey. a selection of more than 200 to be exact. we caught up with the folks there before they opened, be warned, most days, the restaurant is pack. >> generally walking in only. it is busy. but if you are flexible where you want to sit in the bar, counter, like it is beautiful there is lengthy of options for you. >> justin, funny story. i may not grill but i can eat a burger. when i walked in there for that story, one of the people recognized me but in the from burger king but they recognized me from eating there. >> you are a regular there. >> you should have been grilling. >> we already established i don't know how to grill,
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justin. >> what do you like. >> i lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese. >> i like blue cheese. >> you go all out. >> yes. >> we will be right back in a big oil polluters. they have a friend in pennsylvania. millionaire pat toomey. toomey voted to protect their special tax breaks. saving oil companies twenty-four billion dollars. and big oil polluters have given toomey seven hundred thousand dollars in campaign contributions. tax breaks for them. campaign contributions for him. pat toomey. he's helping big oil polluters and millionaires. not the rest of us. lcv victory fund is responsible for the content of this advertising.
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with congressman john lewis, civil rights icon, we sat down with him at the african-american museum hi will open up on saturday. we sat down with congressman lewis to talk about his role in getting museums to exist, and also his role in the civil rights marches of the 1960's and rahel, as always, we will have our political round table to talk about the week's news. >> okay. the looks like a very good museum. john, thank you. that is "eyewitness news" for right now, we may be signing off on tv but we are always on line cbs sunday morning is next. have a great day. great weekend. apparently, people think i'm too perky. so now i'm not being perky, telling you that drivers that switch to progressive save an average of $548! whoo! i mean, whoo.
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